UPDATE: Police identify woman killed in Northern Utah crash

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WELLSVILLE, Utah (ABC4) – The Utah Highway Patrol has identified the woman killed in a Wellsville crash on Wednesday.

Officials say 69-year-old Janice W. Bradshaw of Wellsville was driving northbound on 89/91 near milepost 20 when her vehicle crossed into the southbound lanes.

Her vehicle was then struck by a pickup truck.

UHP says rainy weather appeared to play a factor in the crash.


WELLSVILLE, Utah (ABC4) – A woman is dead after a crash believed to be caused by rainy weather in Northern Utah.

Shortly before 5 p.m. Wednesday, Utah Highway Patrol says a Honda Accord was traveling north on Highway 89/91 near milepost 20 in Wellsville.

The vehicle crossed into the southbound lanes where it was struck by a pickup truck.

Authorities say the woman driving the Honda suffered serious injuries, dying on the scene.

Rainy weather appears to be a factor in the crash, UHP reports.

More information is expected to be released at a later time.

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